Hope for Tanzania

Donation of Money

Published 15 November 2010

Hope for Tanzania has recently made a substantial donation from funds that supporters have donated. The money will be used to build a further classroom so completing Phase I of the project to re-model the original building of the school. Once completed the new classroom will house the puppy class which is the second year group of the pre-school. In addition the donation will allow about half the required number of textbooks for the school to be purchased. This will make teaching much easier and avoid the need for the teacher to copy information from their textbook onto the blackboard after which pupils copy from the blackboard into their exercise books. We expect this to have a significant effect in improving the quality of education provided by the school. Further funds will be sought to fund the remaining textbooks.

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